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|07-03-2014, 06:16 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2014
Need info about this 1914 Steyr? Calibur? Value? Markings?
Hey guys. I picked this up also. Its a Steyr. I think its Austrian?? Does any one have any info about this rifle? The stock is incorrect I was told?? There is markings on it. Looks like a crown.. I would love to know the calibur?? I will write down all the markings below. And show a couple of pictures also. Thanks guys !!
I.N. 96138 ( on stock butt)
Two crests. One with a P.
E..On bottom of plate trigger guard.
number 2 on rear bolt trigger guard on bottom.
A crown crest on other side of butt stock.
|07-03-2014, 01:26 PM||#3|
Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: San Antonio, TX
Your Austrian military rifle is LIKELY either an 8x50Rmm caliber OR it may well have been converted to the standard 8x57mm German service cartridge. - In any case, you should have the rifle inspected by a competent gunsmith to ASSURE what cartridge that it is chambered for AND that it is SAFE to fire before even CONSIDERING firing it.
IF it is chambered for the 8x50Rmm AND it is in sound condition, any standard loading data for the .30-40 Krag is suitable.
just my opinion, sw
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